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I worked at Shin-Etsu HandotaiRecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Progressive and leading edge, great training programs, professional, challenging work environment. Stimulating product and industry. Nice facility and good benefits.
A little too careless of the workforce, work people hard and let them go easily. No value for seniority and knowledge base, high turnover with contingent labor causes lot of retraining and stress
Advice to Management
Care more for people and invest in retaining the workforce and rewarding them appropriately and don't treat as a disposable resource.
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Shin-Etsu Handotai is one of the world's leading makers of silicon wafers and ingots used in semiconductor manufacturing. Handotai means "semiconductor" in Japanese. It also makes light-emitting element materials -- gallium phosphide, gallium arsenide phosphide, and aluminum gallium indium phosphide -- used in LEDs and other optoelectronic devices. In addition to manufacturing, the company provides engineering and support services. Customers including Intel, TSMC, and Texas Instruments use materials produced by Shin-Etsu to make chips for computers, consumer electronics...